As we close Women’s History Month, we’re taking a moment to celebrate Latinas who continue to make waves in and out of journalism.
In TheLatinaPress Nº23, we look at how Latina journalists covered this year’s Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, and awards season.
We are all about celebrating Latinx excellence in film and entertainment – and this month #TheLatinaPress does just that by taking Sundance!
At the start of a new year, everyone is looking for a little inspiration – we’ve got you covered with #TheLatinaPress Nº21, featuring Latina journalists, watchlists, and change makers.
For us, November isn’t about sailing the ocean blue in 1492. It’s about Native American Heritage Month and celebrating Indigenous peoples.
As we close out espooky season, we thank members of #TheLatinaPress who are covering all things scary, fall, and familial.
In Issue 18, #TheLatinaPress takes on Heritage Month and the good, bad, and the ugly of the Latinx experience.
Top stories written by Latinas delivered to you each month in partnership with #WeAllGrow Latina GORDITA IS OUT, BUT FRANCO IS IN? Given how much is at stake for this nation’s culture, the mostly white men who helm these enormous media companies must engage Latinos with greater urgency and determination. Jean Guerrero . GORDITA. BATGIRL. […]
In issue 16 of #TheLatinaPress, we celebrate Leo season, discuss that Emmys snub, and make some summer reading recommendations.
The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is gut wrenching, but we will never relinquish our power.